Pa Ola Day Camp used for flu patients, 1920.

City To Use Pa-ola Camp For Flu Patients

Dr. A. K. Hanchett, city physician, was instructed by the board of supervisors last night to place all influenza cases taken from tenements and congested districts to the Pa-ola camp [Pa Ma’i Pa Ola] at the Palama Settlement, and pay for them out of the hospital fund. The motion was made by Supervisor Lester Petrie.

(PCA, 2/4/1920, p. 3)

The Pacific Commercial Advertiser, Volume LIX, Number 11858, Page 3. February 4, 1920.

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